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The scammer impersonates a government official and uses intimidation tactics, such as the threat of arrest, to demand payment of money purportedly owed to the government. The FBI does not call private citizens to request money or threaten arrest.

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Staff report. As media coverage of IRS-imposter calls increased last year, scammers switched to impersonating Social Security investigators. Variations on this scheme include warnings that your Social Security has been suspended because of suspicious activity or that your help is needed to investigate a crime, such as immigration fraud. The scammers often threaten to extort victims with physical or financial harm 157 the release of sensitive information about their intended victim.

The crooks often use software to spoof caller ID services into showing phone s for the Social Security Administration or its fraud hotline.

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If you stay on the line, expect that the swindlers will try to keep you from checking out the story 15575 threatening dire consequences. That could mean hanging up without speaking — often the best approach — then calling or texting them.

This scam is called government impersonation fraud, according to the FBI. However, many times the victims themselves have disclosed their personal information online. According to police Capt.

City police warn of telephone scam

Alternatively, reach out to someone likely to know where they are, such as a spouse, friend or parent, Stokes says. The caller then asks for s to the cards.

We 5175 our work cut out for us. The s of its Resident 374 also have been used in scam calls Washington nc xxx throughout North Carolina. He returned a robocall from a group of these impersonators and was told the FBI was about to arrest him for opening 25 fraudulent bank s.

This gives us valuable insight into how the scams operate while wasting the time these jerks could spend victimizing more vulnerable people.

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743 caller then attempts to convince the resident that his or her bank or Social Security has been linked to criminal activity, and that the person should withdraw all of their money and place it on gift cards or other cards. The is really just a boilerplate form, but the subject line may include your actual password which was probably exposed in someunrelated database breach.

Please know that law enforcement will not ask you to do this. With kidnapping scams, crooks pretend to hold your loved one hostage, often including the sounds of someone screaming or pleading. 1557 report. NerdWallet via AP, File - Some of us in the personal finance realm have a weird little hobby: We try to scam the scam artists.

Fbi issues warning on telephone scam

The scammer impersonates a government official and uses intimidation tactics, such as the threat of arrest, to demand payment of money 5578 owed to the government. Parker asks anyone to report suspicious activity to law enforcement. The FBI does not call private citizens to request money or threaten arrest. In some cases, the intended target may be told there is a federal warrant for his or her arrest, but the warrant would be dismissed in exchange for immediate payment to the caller.

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The blackmailer typically demands payment via bitcoin or other digital currency. The solution is not to pony up, but to hit delete — and change your passwords 5788.

Social Security Administration, and local law enforcement agencies are also being impersonated using similar tactics as described above. Terry Parker, the caller often knows the name of the person being called and even spoofs the telephone s of law enforcement agencies, giving the phone call more credibility. Twitter: lizweston. Interestingly, people ages 20 to 59 are more likely to report being defrauded this way than those 60 and over, but older people tend to lose more money.